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Title: Titan Lake Probe
Primary Author: J. Hunter, Jr. Waite
Secondary Author(s): T. Brockwell, D.T. Young, W.S. Lewis, C.P. McKay, Francois Raulin, G. Schubert
Institution: Southwest Research Institute
Date: September 15, 2009
Summary: This White Paper describes the concept for a Titan Lake Probe, which could be implemented either as an element of a TSSM-type mission or as a stand-alone New Frontiers mission. The Lake Probe could be configured either as a boat or, for increased science return, as a submersible.
Panel Selection: Satellites: Galilean satellites, Titan, and the other satellites of the giant planets.
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